|Cremation jewelry and keepsakes became popular with the Victorians and is a highly sought after collectible. The jewelry of that era was usually handcrafted from hair, crushed flowers, jewelry, etc. and fashioned into brooches, memorial rings, and pendants.
Glass domes are an attractive way to display your keepsake jewelry when not worn close to your heart.
Your funeral professional can fill your jewelry.
Tips for Caring for Your Cremation Jewelry: Silver cremation jewelry is a popular choice for families that want a small memorial to honor their loved one. Our pendants are crafted from quality sterling silver but will tarnish over time. It's a good idea to store your silver cremation jewelry in tarnish prevention cloths or bags or one of our protective jewelry domes. This slows down the tarnishing process as will storing your silver jewelry in a cool, dry place. Polishing cloths
are also an excellent choice for cleaning crematon jewelry. Avoid using toothpaste or other harsh abrasives to clean sterling silver.
Never clean your jewelry with chlorine bleach. Bleach ruins metal and turns it black. To be on the safe side, you should remove jewelry
before doing any household chores, swimming, or bathing.